The Product Management Interview Blog

Product Gym versus Product School’s Product Management Course

Product Management is an incredibly competitive field to get into. For those attempting to transition into the field, it can seem almost impossible to land their first Product Management job. This is where the right Product Management course comes in. However, just taking a course is not enough for you to land the right Product Manager job.  However, with multiple

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Product Gym versus General Assembly’s Product Management Course

Product Management is an incredibly competitive field to get into. For those attempting to transition into the field, it can seem almost impossible to land their first Product Management job. This is where the right Product Management course comes in. But just taking a course is not enough for you to land the right Product Manager job.  However, with multiple

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Issues Faced by Non-Technical Product Managers

A vast majority of modern day Product Managers are migrating from a technical background. This means that the remainder of the Product Manager community don’t come from a background involving any technological aspects. Although not having any technical experience isn’t exactly the end of your Product Management career, having some technical experience can go a long way. Here’s some issues faced by non-technically inclined Product Managers. 

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How to Get Feedback from a Recruiter

If you’ve interviewed before, chances are you may have had a chat with a recruiter. If not a recruiter, then someone else from the company that you applied for. Whichever may be the case, not getting the job can be demoralizing. However, don’t take it as a negative experience, but more as one with an ample amount of possibility for growth. You should always take the time and ask your recruiter, or whoever you’ve interviewed with: “Can I get some feedback on my interview?”

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Why Is It so Hard to Get a Product Manager Job

Job hunting for a Product Manager job is hard and takes a lot of work and some luck. So many skills are required to be a good Product Manager and it is also a leadership position. You are in charge of multiple teams that are developing a product. The requirements for the job are huge and it is heavily reliant on the amount of experience that one has.

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Best Practices for Product Managers

Being a Product Manager is not easy with all the heavy responsibilities on your shoulders. It is important to stay on your toes and up to date on knowledge. You will always have to educate yourself on new skills and habits.

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What is Scrum?

Scrum is one of the most popular, if not the most popular management framework available. Most Product Managers around the world use the Scrum framework, as it’s a very important framework to learn, and understand.

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